Validity of the calculation method Sample Clauses

Validity of the calculation method. 4.1. The validity of the calculation method shall be established to the satisfaction of the Technical Service, e.g. on the basis of a comparative test with a similar vehicle. Annex 4 Explanatory diagrams Figure 1 Access to service doors (See Annex 3, paragraph 7.7.1.) Test gauge 1 Test gauge 2 Vehicle class Height of the upper panel (mm) (Dimension "A" Figure 1) Test gauge 1 Test gauge 2 Class A 950 950 Class B 700 950 Class I 1,100 1,100 Class II 950 1,100 Class III 850 1,100  For vehicles of Class A or B, the lower panel may be displaced horizontally relative to the upper panel provided that it is in the same direction. Figure 2 Access to service doors
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  • Liability Calculation Method Per Claim Unless subject to a fixed dollar copayment, the calculation of Member liability on claims for Out-of-Area Covered Health Care Services processed through the BlueCard Program will be based on the lower of the provider’s billed charges or the negotiated price made available to Blue Shield by the Host Blue. Host Blues determine a negotiated price, which is reflected in the terms of each Host Blue’s health care provider contracts. The negotiated price made available to Blue Shield by the Host Blue may be represented by one of the following:

  • DATA FOR CALCULATIONS The initial calculations for any payments owing under this Agreement shall be based upon the valuations placed upon the Qualified Property by the Appraisal District in its annual certified appraisal roll submitted to the District pursuant to § 26.01 of the TEXAS TAX CODE in or about July of each year of this Agreement. The certified appraisal roll data shall form the basis from which any and all amounts due under this Agreement are calculated, and the data utilized by the Consultant will be adjusted as necessary to reflect any subsequent adjustments by the Appraisal District to the District’s appraisal roll. Any estimates used by the Consultant to make calculations as required by this Agreement shall be based on the best and most current information available. The Consultant shall from time to time adjust the data utilized to reflect actual amounts, subsequent adjustments by the Appraisal District to the District’s certified appraisal roll, or any other relevant changes to material items such as student counts or tax collections.

  • Balance Computation Method For all dividend-bearing Accounts, dividends are calculated by the average daily balance method which applies a daily periodic rate to the average daily balance for the average daily balance calculation period. The average daily balance is determined by adding the full amount of the principal in Your Account for each day of the period and dividing that figure by the number of days in the period. Accrual on Noncash Deposits. For dividend-bearing Accounts, dividends will begin to accrue on the business day that You deposit noncash items (e.g. checks) into Your Account.

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  • Interest Calculation Interest on the outstanding principal balance of the Loan shall be calculated by multiplying (a) the actual number of days elapsed in the period for which the calculation is being made by (b) a daily rate based on a three hundred sixty (360) day year by (c) the outstanding principal balance.

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